--On Tuesday, February 11, 2003 10:21:20 -0500 stan <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
I never thought I would find myself asking such an ugly question, but here it is :-( The company I work for has recently been "merged", and any semblance anyone at my location had of control of their fate is gone. As a result were are forced to migrate to Compaq Evo N410c laptops. While there are some good, and some bad things about this machine (tiny 12" display), the biggest single stumbling block to replacing my nicely working HP FrteeBSD machine, seems to be the built in WinModem. There is only one PCMCIA slot, so I don't want to use it for my modem, but serial ppp is a must have to connect to work when away, and home from work. It appears that there are some Linux drivers for this modem at: http://www.physcip.uni-stuttgart.de/heby/ltmodem/ and I'm hoping that there is some possibility of using it under FreeBSD. Otherwise, I may have to succumb to the mass horde, and install Linux :-(
look at the comms/ltmdm port.
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